Building Sustainable Ministry Teams
Harnessing the strength and creativity of volunteers is made possible when ministry teams are created with clear responsibilities, defined expectations, and realistic timelines. Learn skills to steward the gifts, tend the souls, and encourage the wide range of the volunteers in your congregation. Walk away with tips, tricks, and templates for:
- Volunteer Fishing Pond
- Volunteer Needs List
- Volunteer Job Descriptions
- Volunteer Recruiting and Matriculation Process
- How to Love Your Team
- Training to be R.E.A.L. and more!
This will be a hybrid event with both online and on-site options for attendance.
Date: September 26, 3:00 p.m. - September 28, 11:30 a.m.
Cost: Online $50; On-site $125 (includes several meals)
Presented in partnership with the
South Central Region of the Association of Partners in Christian Education
Meet our guest speaker:
Stephanie Caro has been involved in ministry to children, youth, and adults in the local church (both large and small) since … a long time ago. Her humorous, straightforward style keeps her busy presenting and coaching at conferences, training events, camps, mission trips, retreats, churches, etc. She is now Senior Consultant for Ministry Architects, which allows her to help churches assess, vision, and formulate their ministry game plans. Her books, Thriving Youth Ministry in Smaller Churches and 99 Thoughts for the Smaller Church Youth Worker, were published by Group. Her book, Smaller Church Youth Ministry: No Staff, No Money, No Problem, was published by United Methodist Publishing House. Her next book, Ten Solutions for Smaller Churches, comes out soon. Stephanie is also a contributing author to many ministry printed and digital resources. Stephanie and her husband, Steve, live in Katy, Texas. Their seven children are all grown!